Do you like awesome tie-ins? I hope so because as you may have guessed, this is awesome. It's a lot of set-up for the last issue, and it moves incredibly fast, but it's a fun read, and if you're a Rogues fan, then you'll love the issue. You don't have to read this issue to understand elements of the main Flashpoint book, but don't let that stop you from reading it. I highly recommend this issue. Read Full Review
Kolins' current art style is well suited to this story. Though Mike Atiyeh's painted colors often come across as too strong, Kolins lends an energy to his pages that hasn't always been apparent in previous works. It seems Kolins is more at home with the Rogues than Flash from both a writing and artistic standpoint. Read Full Review
Citizen Cold certainly isn't high art, but like the first issue I definitely found myself enjoying this one about just as much. The way he's almost obsessive about Iris is amusing and points to his personality and when combined with his confidence and the way he's just trying to make as much money as possible gives us an interesting character to watch that's in the public eye. He's basically pulling off a shell game here and has annoyed more than enough people with things that he hasn't been able to kill yet that it's all coming back home to roost. Cold has some potential to him and I'm curious to see how it will all unfold. Part of you just wants him to get the girl. Part of you just wants to see him totally iced. Read Full Review
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